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Type: Ship Sloop ; Armament 18
Launched : 1808 ; Disposal date or year : 10 Nov 1813
Disposal Details : Wrecked off Halifax lighthouse : crew saved. Captain Frederick Hickey
12 Oct 1812, Portsmouth, went out of harbour to Spithead.
15 Oct 1812, Portsmouth, appointed to take a convoy to North America.
Circa 11 Nov 1812 departed Spithead for Halifax with convoy. 15 Nov 1812 the bark Agnes, Barrett, parted from the convoy, and was later captured by the American privateer Hunter, and a prize crew put on board, however, contrary winds prevented the Agnes reaching Boston and left her short of supplies, so she eventually had to put into Halifax for stores on 9 Feb 1813, after a 90 day passage.
31 Mar 1813, the Atalante captured the American schooners President and Rising Sun on the N.A. & W. Indies station. 2 Apr 1813, the Atalante captured the American schooner Centurion and the American ship Fame on the N.A. & W. Indies station. 13 Apr 1813, arrived Halifax with four American prizes in tow, after cruising off New York.
23 Apr 1813 the Atalante captured the American brig Lilac on the N.A. & W. Indies station sent to Halifax 24 Apr 1813, Halifax, sailed on a cruise.